Make Jewelry Tags from Business Cards

© by Pamela Vale; all rights reserved.

You can make jewelry tags from business cards that you have printed online, for an impressively professional look.

For necklace hang tags, Pamela Vale prints them "2-up" on a horizontal business card, and then cuts it lengthwise for two long, skinny tags from each card.


Pamela Vale designs her tags using the business card creation feature on the online printing company’s website. It’s easy, and she can even upload her own images to use on the jewelry tags.

She says, “I print my information multiple times on the card, and then cut them apart while watching TV or during a slow point at a show.”

Pamela adds, “I had been ordering my business cards from an online printing company for years, and was very happy with the value and quality of their products. So I started cutting up my business cards and trying out different ways to hang and attach them to my jewelry….BINGO! Problem solved.”

Four small jewelry tags, repeated on one "business card" (top), and then cut apart (bottom).


After cutting them apart, Pamela punches a hole in her cards and attaches them to her jewelry using DMC embroidery floss (used for needlepoint), ribbon, or plastic “lock-ties” (from Staples Office Supply Store).


Pamela Vale of  Creative Potential creates handmade jewelry and accessories, with vintage and new materials. Her website is home of The Family Jewels – custom, handmade, personalized “future heirlooms” sculpted in silver, embellished with vintage and semi-precious birthstones.

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